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Remon Rooij going to the Sunshine coast for CDIO conference

Remon Rooij going to the Sunshine coast for CDIO conference

In November, SPS staff member Remon Rooij was invited by the 4TU Delft Centre for Engineering Education to give a workshop at the University of the Sunshine Coast (Australia) on academic design education during the fall conference of the CDIO (Conceive-Design-Implement-Operate), the network that discusses the future of engineering education. Please follow and like us:...
SPS contributing to TU Delft education policies

SPS contributing to TU Delft education policies

In 2017, SPS staff member Remon Rooij contributed intensively to the development and change of TU Delft education policies. He was member of an evaluation commission, assessing the study success programme of all 17 TU Delft bachelor programmes, which resulted in the report (in Dutch) ‘ Onderwijssucces: van structuur naar cultuur’. He also contributed to...
Remon Rooij publishes chapter on public space at Routledge

Remon Rooij publishes chapter on public space at Routledge

Together with former Delft master Urbanism student dr Anastasia Moiseeva and prof. Harry Timmermans, both from Eindhoven University, SPS staff member Remon Rooij co-authored a chapter called The Restructuring of Urban Public Space in the ‘Baltic Pearl’ in the Routledge book on Public Space – Between Reimagination and Occupation (Hristova & Czepczynski (eds)). This book...
The Great Planning Game at the Bachelor Course of TU Delft

The Great Planning Game at the Bachelor Course of TU Delft

Remon Rooij and Roberto Rocco have introduced the “Great Planning Game” in the Planning Component of the Bachelor of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment of the TU Delft. The Great Planning Game is a role playing exercise where students get acquainted with different possible roles of spatial planners in today’s society and...
New issue of Built Environment: Evaluating the New Charter of Athens 2003

New issue of Built Environment: Evaluating the New Charter of Athens 2003

The new issue of Built Environment features articles focusing on ‘Evaluating the New Charter of Athens 2003. The journal is edited by Ina Klaasen and Wil Zonneveld. “The European Council of Town Planners (ECTP) is confident that in the 21st century Europe will advance decisively towards the goal of integration. Within this developing framework, the ECTP presents a common and widely shared...
Remon Rooij new coordinator of Bachelor’s degree programme in Architecture

Remon Rooij new coordinator of Bachelor’s degree programme in Architecture

From the Faculty website: Remon Rooij new coordinator of Bachelor’s degree programme in Architecture 24 May 2012 by M&C Dr R.M. (Remon) Rooij has been appointed coordinator of the Bachelor’s degree programme in Architecture as of 1 June 2012. His duties will include leading the implementation of the new Bachelor’s degree programme and, in this role, he will support...
Best papers of the 9th edition of Graduation Lab Urbanism Conference available online

Best papers of the 9th edition of Graduation Lab Urbanism Conference available online

[issuu width=420 height=272 backgroundColor=%23222222 documentId=120522135647-4dff0a021af146d6993fc964e0fa28b7 name=9th_glu_conference username=robertorocco tag=graduation unit=px v=2] These are the proccedings of the 9th Graduation Lab Urbanism TU Delft Conference. Every year, Remon Rooij and Ana Maria Fernandez-Maldonado promote a mini-conference to present the best papers produced for the course AR3U010 Theory of Urbanism. Students are supposed to develop an academic paper...

6 April RPS Seminar #3

“Olympic Games in the Netherlands” presented by Remon Rooij at RP&S seminar, Dept. of Urbanism, TUDelft on 6th April 2009. Please follow and like us:

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